Sedona AZ (December 20, 2019) – Come to the Sedona Heritage Museum to learn how to make everyone’s favorite traditional Mexican comfort food – tamales…but with a twist, let’s make them plant-based with filling that will satisfy even the staunchest carnivores.
On December 30, Ken Beller will lead a plant-based tamale-making workshop for “Monday at the Museum” from 11:00am -1:30pm. Ken was born and raised in Albuquerque, NM and believes he has red chile running through his veins. An avid cook who began eating a plant-based diet in 2001, Ken has made it his mission to create plant-based versions of traditional meat-based comfort foods.
All participants will go home with about six homemade tamales. Bring an apron and a covered container for taking your tamales home…and a small one for some red chili sauce. The workshop fee is $7. Space is limited, so RSVP at 282-7038 to reserve your space.
“Monday at the Museum” is a workshop/ demonstration held every Monday (September through May); please call for a current schedule. The Museum is always looking for participants who are willing to share their knowledge of “old time” crafts and skills. For details, call (928) 282-7038.
The Sedona Heritage Museum is located in Jordan Historical Park, 735 Jordan Road; public parking is ½ block north of the Museum entrance. The Museum is open daily, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., admission is separate.